Founded in 1995, New Mexico Software produces business process acceleration systems that turn data into searchable electronic files. Its product, DFC3, is a digital filing cabinet that captures digital and nondigital information. The company's hardware division, Rublynx, offers pre-built cluster appliances with storage capabilities. New Mexico Software s XR-EXpress system allows doctors to examine medical images over the Internet. Its ePad-ink is a liquid crystal display electronic signature capture device that provides visual feedback. The company partners with Advanced Micro Devices, Hawk Associates, Interwest Transfer Company and Rule144Solution.com. New Mexico Software has received the Innovate Albuquerque Award from the Greater Albuquerque Chamber of Commerce.